Gas Pressure & Molecular Collisions (Second Edition)
The relationship between gaseous pressure and molecular collisions is explored. The effects on molecular collisions of varying the number of molecules per unit of volume and of varying the temperature are studied. The experimental study of the relative rates of effusion of hydrogen, oxygen, carbon dioxide and sulfur hexafluoride leads to the quantitative relationship among molecular mass, molecular velocity, and absolute temperature. Mechanical models illustrate the experimental observations.
Run time 21 minutes 34 secondsProducer CHEM Study, College of Chemistry and Lawrence Hall of Science, U.C. BerkeleyAudio/Visual sound
Science Consultant: Professor J. Arthur Campbell, Harvey Mudd College, Claremont, California.
Wardâs Volume 10, CHEM Study #4106, 21 1/2 minutes. Black & white, 1989.